Please join us for a unique dual author event from Glass Spider Publishing! We are pleased to welcome Tiffany Anderson and Kathleen Bradford.
Tiffany Anderson – Butternut to Bionic: A Resource Guide to Hip Replacement Surgery (non-fiction self help)
If you or a loved one are facing hip replacement surgery, you may feel overwhelmed, unsure of what to expect, and have plenty of questions. Receiving artificial joints is a life-changing procedure. Butternut to Bionic is author Tiffany Anderson’s personal experience of recovery from serious illness leading to dual hip replacement. Drawing on her 20 years of professional experience in the field of health, she has written this book from the patient’s perspective and shares guidance, support, and encouragement—preparing you to face the challenge of hip replacement surgery. Step by step, the author helps you understand your medical team, better prepare for surgery, and improve and accelerate your recovery time. Personal anecdotes, candid observations, and private details add to the unique approach of this guide that hip replacement recipients will find reassuring and beneficial. Each chapter offers a variety of resources, suggestions, and checklists to help you achieve a successful outcome and return to a high quality of life. Hip replacement recipients, family members, caregivers, and healthcare providers will find this book intriguing, insightful, and useful.
Kathleen Bradford – The Light Worker (fiction)
Valeen Martin lives a quiet, isolated life. She left behind a painful past and all her secrets when she moved into the peaceful mountain town of Chestnut Cove. But the nightmares have started again, and the sensations have grown stronger and more frequent. Valeen calls on her only friend Laura for support, and they soon find themselves thrown into an unimaginable reality and unthinkable danger—bringing them face to face with the darker side of humanity: a man who thrives on mayhem and wants nothing more than to destroy this world's existence. A battle begins within Valeen and the outside forces she is just now beginning to understand. She must choose to live a life without her loved ones or give her life to save them. The Light Worker takes readers on a suspenseful fantasy, opening a realm of possibilities that lives within us all.
The presentations will be followed by a signing. Part of Utah Humanities Book Festival.